06.03.2011

32 Ozone Clinical Study Paper

L.Abu Nabaa et al.

To date, many studies concerning the clinical evaluation of ozone (O3) have, unfortunately, been based on assessments of its harmful effects rather than demonstrating any therapeutic benefits that it may offer.1-4 In the Earth's biosphere, the role of O3 is controversial. Indeed, it is one of nature's most powerful oxidants and is reactive towards many biomolecules.5 This 'reactive oxygen species' (ROS) can be produced either by ss ultra-violet rays of the sun, or artificially with an ozone generator. In the former case, O3 is the major constituent of the atmosphere responsible for shielding off ultra-violet light from the sun and oxidising pollutants in the air. Man for purposes of water purification and sewage treatment can also usefully employ O3. Download

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